Category: Videos

March 24, 2016

CEO Chris Grisanti from Grisanti Capital Management discusses the price, production and storage of oil on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

November 23, 2015

Chris Grisanti was the guest host of Bloomberg Surveillance this morning.  Here is a brief clip from his appearance in which he discusses our first purchase of oil production stocks in ten years.

March 10, 2015

Below is a clip of Chris Grisanti on Bloomberg Surveillance.  He discusses our view that oil is in a supply-driven glut, which may take a long time to resolve.  We continue to favor investments like airlines, refiners and retailers that will benefit from lower energy prices.

February 18, 2015

Below is the link to Chris Grisanti’s appearance on Bloomberg’s Closing Bell.  He discusses why low oil prices may last a while, because they have has been caused by over-supply rather than a lack of demand.

November 25, 2014

Below is a link to the video clip of Chris Grisanti on Bloomberg Television discussing our new investment in the credit card business, including Synchrony, a spin off from General Electric, and several other companies.

October 31, 2014

Below is a link to Chris Grisanti’s discussion of oil on today’s Market Makers show on Bloomberg Television.   The more interesting part begins at 5min30s.

October 1, 2014

Below is a clip from Bloomberg Television in which Chris Grisanti talks about reducing GCM’s position in the financials.  More broadly, he explains our process of investing in companies (like the financials) for a three to four year period, and then, as they appreciate, selling them and moving on to other, more attractive alternatives.

July 15, 2014

Chris Grisanti was interviewed on Bloomberg TV about our Oil Refining investments.

June 17, 2014

We’ve never owned Airline stocks prior to August 2013.  Now we own American and United, and they’ve been our best investments over the past six months (up about 50% each).  Chris Grisanti was on Bloomberg Television this morning explaining how we got comfortable with a group we’ve avoided in the past, and when it’s time to sell.